Although we have suspended Airbnb registrations and public yoga classes for the summer, we are looking forward to seeing our beautiful friends and visitors for tours, labyrinth walking, and hikes on our trail system. Montana entered Phase 2 on June 1 and most of the country is now in the process of reopening. Although infection rates are climbing in Montana, … Read More
After careful monitoring of the ever-evolving environment around COVID-19, Sage Mountain Center has regrettably suspended all Airbnb operations, tours, and retreats until further notice. Following guidance from local and national health organizations, we will re-evaluate the situation each month starting in June and post updates to this site. This decision has been proactively made for the safety and interest of … Read More
Chris Borton presented about “The Beauty of Cordwood Construction” at the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives’ Brown Bag Lunch series on March 27, 2019. A Cordwood building is the “other” kind of log home based on a centuries-old technique that is as easy and inexpensive for beginners as it is beautiful. With the look of artistic stone from a distance, cordwood … Read More
2019 is just around the corner and I can feel the momentum building as you revisit your resolutions for better flexibility, strength, and peace of mind. Registration for our Butte 8-Week Winter Yoga Course is officially open. As most of you know, the course maxes out so please register ASAP to guarantee your space. This yoga course also makes a … Read More
Buried beneath the surface of Sage Mountain Center is a foundation of granite and crystal. Above the earthen surface are magnificent rock formations of magical scale and form. These formations are part of the little known 75-million-year-old Boulder Batholith of North America. In order to make these boulder areas more accessible and highlight their beauty, we created a moderate two-mile … Read More
The Butte Archives recently requested Chris Borton speak about off-grid living at their Brown Bag event, a bi-weekly lecture series held at the Archives in Uptown Butte. Prior to the event, local news station KXLF interviewed Borton at Sage Mountain Center: 75 people attended the lecture. You can read a transcript of the video here.